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Access to medicines

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12 August 2020
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Author: Prensa Comunitaria (Guatemala)

"Empresas que donaron medicinas que se encontraron vencidas buscarían “deducción de impuestos”", 11 de agosto de 2020...

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4 August 2020

Saudi Arabia: Migrant workers awaiting deportation kept in cramped, unsanitary conditions without access to healthcare

Author: Katie McQue, The Guardian (UK)

" 'We drink from the toilet': migrants tell of hellish Saudi detention centres," 4 Aug 2020...

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10 July 2020

UN experts encourage mandatory human rights due diligence, warning of the human cost of corruption in health-care supply chains

Author: UN Working Group on Business & Human Rights

“COVID-19 highlights deadly cost of corruption & the urgent need for companies to respect human rights: UN experts”, 9 July 2020...

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26 June 2020

Gilead, AIDS Healthcare Foundation & access to medicines - 2011

AIDS Healthcare Foundation has recently raised concerns about the impacts of Gilead Sciences' pricing for HIV/AIDS drugs on US state drug assistance programmes for the poor:...

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23 June 2020

Threats to communities affected by development banks-funded projects exacerbated by COVID-19 outbreak

Author: Alexandre Andrade Sampaio, International Accountability Project

'The Responsibility of Development Banks: Assist Communities Affected by Bank Projects First', June 6, 2020...

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1 June 2020

Gulf migrant workers rely on relief as states & employers fail to take responsibility during Covid-10 crisis

Author: Rima Kalush, Al Jazeera

"In the Gulf migrant workers bear the brunt of the pandemic," 1 Jun 2020...

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19 May 2020

Kuwait: Thousands of Nepali workers left stranded without pay as employers refuse visa renewals

Author: Chandan Kumar Mandal, Kathmandu Post

"He lost his job and wanted to come home. The lockdown killed him." 17 May 2020...

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19 May 2020

Palestinian Construction Workers in Israel Caught Between Indispensable and Disposable

Author: Lucy Garbett, MERIP

"Palestinian Workers in Israel Caught Between Indispensable and Disposable", 12 May 2020...

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18 May 2020

Bahrain: Healthcare costs responsibility of workers & employers, declares MP

Author: Ramadan Al Sherbini, Gulf News (UAE)

"Covid-19: Sponsors should pay for expats' treatment, says senior Bahraini MP Cost of treating expatriate workers [for Covid-19] should be borne by their sponsors... “The state is responsible for providing medical treatment for citizens, but treatme...

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18 May 2020

Kuwait: 23,500 migrant workers "detained" in unsanitary & unsafe conditions under Covid amnesty

Author: Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

"'Like sardines': Migrant workers suffering in Kuwait's desert detention camps," 15 May 2020...

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